I have a chicken that I believed to have had vent gleet. I started to treat for that and noticed she wasn’t eating and had a little wheezing, but with no other respiratory symptoms. I checked her crop and it felt firm and like it had tiny rocks in it. This was after a few days of not eating. I massaged and it’s loosened up and went down slightly but not completely. It also sounds a bit gurgly. I suspect impacted crop that also turned sour. For 2 days I did epsom salt water twice a day along with probiotic water and nutridrench since she wasn’t eating and syringe fed it all and then massage for 10 minutes each time. Today is day 3 and there is some improvement but still feels like she has some little “rocks” left in there. She ate a little plain Greek yogurt today and instead of epsom salt water she now is getting apple cider vinegar in her water with some crushed garlic and I’m still massaging, am I doing the right thing? Could it be something else? We have no chicken vets where I am so any advice would be greatly appreciated!